FAQs – Super Immune Candle Massage
The Castor comes from the castor oil plant, Ricinus communis, a species of flowering plant in the spurgefamily. NOT FROM BEAVERS!
The wicks are made from textile grade organic cotton.
This is referred to as “tunneling.” If you don’t allow the wax to pool on the first burn of your Immune candle (or any candle), you may experience “tunneling.” This means the wax simply burns down the center of the candle, leaving wax on the side of the jar. It is essential to let the candle burn upon first lighting for three hours or until a complete melt pool is established to the edge of the candle container.
We use only the finest, all natural, organic essential oils and ingredients. However, different fragrances affect people in different ways. If the Immune Candle should trigger asthmatic, allergic or any other adverse reaction, we recommend avoiding it. It’s always a good idea to consult your medical professional.
Nope, no black soot here! Due to the all natural ingredients used in the BōKU® Immune Candle, it will not create black soot. The only thing the BōKU® Immune Candle will produce is a lovely scent, warming feeling, and clean air! The black soot you see forming around your candles & on the walls or ceilings of your home, is a byproduct of burning wax such as paraffin. This soot contains some of the same toxins found in diesel fuel! We are proud to say that because we use all organic coconut wax and organic essential oils, you will not experience that unsightly and hazardous soot that comes from burning paraffin wax candles.
Our essential oils are drawn from natural, organic plants. These essential oils are basically the DNA of plants, the oils being their “life blood.” Some plant DNA contains beneficial qualities.Synthetic oils are manmade and likely contain toxic substances that are harmful to our health.
More than likely this is due to the wick not being centered. Extinguish the flame and center the wick; allow wax to set up and then re-light.
Yes! The BōKU® Immune Candle is proudly manufactured in America!
We specifically avoided the use of Paraffin wax due to the many dangers of burning such candles in your home. Unfortunately, most people are unaware of what paraffin wax really is. The strong scents typically accompanied with Paraffin wax candles can often be alluring…but is that worth burning petroleum leftovers in your home? Yes, that’s right. Paraffin wax is nothing but a bi-product of the refining process to make gasoline. (Just add some industrial strength bleach and some other ingredients and presto!) As you can probably imagine, burning a bi-product of petroleum is not in the best interest of your health and that of your loved ones. Did you know Paraffin wax emits 11 known carcinogens while burning? These include benzene, toluene, and formaldehyde (also a known respiratory irritant). Burning paraffin wax in your home exponentially decreases the air quality of our homes, and increases toxins going into our lungs.
With the exception of medical wellness centers and the world’s finest spa resorts, BōKU® products are only available online, shipped directly to consumer’s homes.
As with all candles, lit BōKU® Immune Candles should not be left unattended with children or pets due to safety hazards.
When lighting your Immune candle for the first time, allow the wax to pool all the way to the sides of the container. (Pooling is simply defined as melted wax. The initial burn of any candle should last as long as it takes for the melted wax to reach all the way to the edges of the jar .) This will give you maximum fragrance and minimize the wax remaining along the sides of the container.
There are a few simple steps for getting the maximum enjoyment from your Imune candle: The wick doesn’t burn completely and needs to be trimmed before relighting to be 1/4 to 3/8 of an inch in length. This will minimize soot and remove any mushrooming of the wick left by the previous burn.
Our product development team worked for more than one year with industry leading experts to formulate the proprietary blend of essential oils used in the immune candle. The dominant notes in our blend are eucalyptus, rosemary and peppermint which give the Immune Candle a luxurious and comforting aroma that is perhaps reminiscent of an exquisite vapor-rub, but with much more natural, aromatic complexity. These organic essential oils emit a much more subtle fragrance and aroma than synthetic chemicals and perfumes found in most popular candles. With all of the positive properties of these essential oils (high frequency, oxygenating molecules, etc.) being emitted into the air, the beautiful aroma that fills the room is simply a bonus.